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HOW TH.E SOUTH MAY BE.
COME RICH ANb INDE
These are the views of the agri
cultural editor of the New Orleans
The South evidently can never
. become prosperous and indepen
dent through large plantations and
colored labor. It can become rich
through small farms, mixed farm
ing and intelligent labor, together
with its factories, its mines and its
forests. The mud sills of the whole
superstructure of prosperity in the
South are mixed farming and in
telligent agricultural labor. This
opens the door to manufacturing,
mining and the unveiling and util
izing of all the valuable resources of
the South. Southern prosperity in
agriculture will draw capital and
enterprise from abroad, as well as
create and stimulate them at home.
But how is this intelligent labor
to be brought about 4 We mean
general and almost universal in
dustrial intelligence among the
farmers of the South ; we do not
question that all of these States
have very many farmers whose in
telligence and enterprise will com
pare favorably with those of any
other portion of the United States.
The South suffers severely to
day, and will continue to suffer, by.
her neglect to teach Southern boys
thirty, forty and fif ty years ago
--bow to work, how to make a living
at farming, horticulture, stock
raising or some honorable trade,
calling or profession that wonld
make them useful to society as well
as to themselves. Slavery and
African labor formerly stood as a
great impediment to the proper
training of the boys through suc
cessive generations down to the
close of the late war.
And how are boys taught farm
ing and useful trades now, in 1882,
in the South!? Who are their
teachers, and what useful and prac
tical lessons do they study in the
great industries of the South '
How many generations will be left
to acquire agriculturai knowledge
without teachers, acquiring habits
and erroneous ideas that will plague
them and keep them poor as long
as they live!?
'Highly intelligent farming will
form and fashion beautiful farms,
and greatly improve the rural ar
chitecture of the South, and this
-will make farming more and more
attractive to the young men. The
character and habits of Southern
boys, as being formed to-day, will in
a great measure be the character of
the South thirty or forty years
hence, or sooner. If we had thou
sands of industrial schools in the.
South at the present time, most of
them agricultural schools, with effi
cient teachers, they would do the
country an amount of good which
could be represented in part by hun
dreds of millions of money ; but the
benefits to coming generations, mor
ally, politically, socially and reli
giously, would be far greater than
that which may be reckoned in
-'Felons,' which are usually term
ed 'Whitlow' by physicians we be
lieve, are a very painful and often a
very serious affection of the fingers,
generally of the last joints, and
often near or involving the nails.
As the fingers are much exposed to
bruises, felons are quite common
among those -yho constantly use
their hands at hard work. If al
lowed to continue, until matter
(pus) forms, and the periosteum or
bone sheathing is affected, lancing is
necessary ; but if taken intimne,a
simple application of Copal Var
nish, covering it with a bandage, is
highly recommended. If the Var
nish becomes dry and unpleasantly
hard, a little fresh Varnish may be
applied from time to time. When
a cure is effected. the varnish isI
easily removed by rubbing into it
a little lard and washing with soap
and water. Dr. A. B. Isharm de
tails, in 'Medical News,' a number
of cases of its application with uni
form success, where formation of
pus had not previously occurred.
In two cases there was apparently
a combination of the 'run around'
with the felon, and in aPl of them
there was swelling, redness, heat, t
and great pain. He suggests the
use of Copal Varnish for felons,
'run around,' boils, and any local i
aeute inflammation of external 2
Hot Springs, Ark., is to have a
iew $30,000 opera house.
Augusta, Ga., has fifty-four law.
,era and fifty-four doctors.
- A drunken Denver burglar blun
lered into his own house and robbed
iimself of a watch and $70.
Only seven days elapsed after
he wedding of a man at Dubuque, f
[owa, before he eloped with the T
Pingree threatened to shoot his
wife at Saco, Me., if she didn't
:onfess a fault of which he had -
3ccused her, and then shot her be
,ause she did. "
The famous big trees of Califor
cia are only shrubs. Australia
iomes to the front with a vegeta
ble growth 430 feet high and 60 a
feet in circumference.
The Iowa capitol, work on which I
was commenced in 1871, is nearing
:ompletion. The cost of the edi- 1
dce will be about $2,500,000, and it
is to have a gilded dome.
The Rev. Andrew J. Rope of a
Taylorville, Ill,, is under arrest on
a charge of forging a note for $200 -
with which money he paid the ex
penses of his wedding tour.
The consumption of tobacco in
France during the past five years i
has averaged 33,000 tons: thrice the a
consumption in 1832. The reve
nue amounts to $50,000,000 a year.
Of the population of the globe,
120,000,000 are nominal Protes
tants, 200,000,000 are Roman Cath
olics and 175,000,000 Mahomme
tans. There are less than 10,000,000
The latest composition by the
author of 'See that My Grave is ?
Kept Green' is a petition to be par
doned out of the Indiana State
prison, where he is serving a term
of two ybars for forgery. f
Twenty grocers were recently b
indicted in England for selling 2
coffee adulterated with chiccory. i
The authorities failed to show that I
the adulteration was injurious and i
the prosecution fell through.
170 Delegates representing the
9,000 colored voters of New York A
city met in convention on Friday
night and passed resolutions de
manding represention of their race
in office as a condition of their
adherence to the Republican party.
A party named Patterson started
a fruit distillery in the Friendship
section of Anderson, and local sen
timent was strong against him. -
Somebody destroyed his peach and
apple stands one night, and he hasA
had several of the best citizens ar-A
Dr. R. G. Alexander, writing inA
an English medical paper, says that ta
neuralgia is a disease arising from '
debility ; that it is increased by
disease mental or bodily, but is re- ,
ieved by food, and sometimes by
stimulants. Pure air, night and A
say, and perfect cleanliness are ad
Nea Elhor, Id.,six year:s
ago, an old farmer was robbed of
his hoard of money. John Elliott ~
was convicted of the crime and v
sent to the penitentiary. Just asa
bis sentence is to expire, a thorough at
seareb of the thief's old home bas re- m
sulted in the discovery of the swag
n his cistern.
A Massachusetts law makes the at
>wner cf a house liable for treble eu
mny loss that may be sustained by
rambling therein with his consent.
A. saloon keeper at I.owell has just p
)een compelled to pay $1,800, the
noney going to a man who had
ost only $600 in playing poker on
A traveller saw in Portland, Me.,:
yhile waiting half an hour in a bi
-ailroad station, a barrel of ale
olled into a saloon, an intoxicated i
nan fight a hack driver, and two
nen drink -whiskey from a bottle.
He concludes it possible that the
Eaine prohibition law is sometimes .
>roken in Portland.
Adessa Wray appeared as an
~questrienne at fairs in Indiana,
iding horses in twenty-mile races.
rs. Owen spoke of these feats as a
brazen, shameless and indecent.' n
Ldessa has brought a suit for $10,
)00 damages, and a jury will be;
~alled on to decide whetber the
luoted adjectives were just.
Charles Slack took John F. o
Waites wife to his home, at Van L
uren, Mich., and Waite went
dfter her, accompanied by a large
>arty of friendr, among whom was
constable bearing a warrant foro
slack's arrest on a charge of ab- In
lction. On the arrival of the
nob, Slack took Waite aside and
sked him his price for the woman,
Vaite thought $50 was not too!
tuch, and Slack regarded it as I
ather dear, though he paid it, and f>*
aite spent a part in treating the ig
A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE BANE
the present generation. It is for the
tre of this disease and its attendants,
:cg HEA,CE. BIOVSES DU.
EPSIA, CONSTIPATION, PILES, eta., that
iTT'S PILLS have gained a world-wide
sputation. No Bemedy has ever beea
iscovereT that acts so gently on
lgettve organ'B, umn thmvisor to as
milate fod As a natural resWt. h
errous System s rae,teMsl
-e Developed, and the Body Bobust.
3. RIVAL. a Pla=Iar at ayo Sara, La..sa1
y plantatton I.e in a malarial dsrc.F
,veral years I could not make half a, crop oz
scount of bilious diseases and chills. I was
dsoorag- 'd when I be the seo
PIL.The result was marvelone:
Ilaborer. soon became hearty and robust,
SI have bad no frther trouble.
se froa poisonous huners,m
ose the bowels to act natarall, wit.
twhiseh nto.onee feel well.
UTT'S HAIR DYE,
iaY Hars or WETSEZRs changed to a Gaoss7
Acz by a singl application of this DYL I
marta a natural oolor, and acts Instanitaeouslly,
solby Druggists, or sent by express on receipl
ffice, 85 Murray Street, New York
!Dr. TVTTs MANUAL of Valuabl.
Informat ion and Useful Receitpts
,sWvtl be saUed PRIM on appUeattow.
Pure H:ammered Swede's 1ron.
Best Refined Tire Iron, I to 2 inches.
Bard. Hoop, Round, Square and Ova
ons, in full stock, at lowest market prices
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This Union was organized to associate to
ether worthy unmarried white men an<
,omen, to assist each other by providing t
md for them at marriage by mea" s of mu
tal assessments. No member can marr
efore six months and have any claim ^r
ie marriage fund. Th-- prices in this Uniol
re cheaper than those of any similar or
.nization. and its benefits are greater
adies can join on the same terms as m"n
he following table will show the benefit:
members will be entitled to at marriage it
le different classes:
in Class A. B. C. D.
lter 6 months.... $250 $500 $750 $1.00
7 292 534 8764 1.16
... 8 ....... 334 668 1,002' 1,33
9 .. .... 376 752 1.128,. ,50
10 .. .... 418 S36 1,254 1,67
11 ........ 460 920 1,380 1,84
12 .. ..... 500 1,000 j1. 12.00
..13.......i 542 1,081,62 2,1
..14.........584 1.l68~ 1,752 233
..15.. ......62; 1,.2521 1,878 2,50
..16.........66' 1.336, 2,004~ 2.67
..17..........710i 1,420 2.130, 2,84
.. 19 . ... 7921 1,5841 2376; 3,11
..20..........834 1,668j 2.502~ 1.33
..21.........876 1.752i 2.6-'8 3,50
... :2 .. .... 918 1,836| 2 754 3,67
..23.........960 1 9201 ",880' 3,8-0
- 24 .. .. . 1.000. 2,000| 3,00 4.00
CLASS A-Membership Fee, $6; Advance
ssessment, $ i; Annual Due. $3.
CL ASS B -Membership Fee, $9; Advanco
ssessment, $2; Annual Due, $4.
CL.SS C-.Membership Fee, $12.50; Ad
ance Assessment, $3; Annual Due. $5.
CLASS D-Membership Fee, $16; Advane
ssessment, $i; Annual Due, $6.
A person can only join one class. Writt
>the office for circulara and blank appliea
ons, giving Tall pa ticulars.
Address all communications to
R. H. HENRY. Secretary and Treasurer,
122 Gravier St., New Orleans
e- State where you saw this advertise
tent. May 11, 19-6m.
iEVTURE TO YOUNG MEh
ON THE LOSS OF
A LECTURE ON TEE NATURE, TREAT;1EN1
% RAnIfCAL cure of semiinal Wearkness, oa
erma:orrhoa. induced by Sell-Abuse
voluntary Emissions. Impotency. Ner
us Debility, and Impediments to Mar.
age generally; Consumption, Epilepsy
id Fits: Mental and Physical Incapacity,
e.-y R!)IERiT -;. CUI.VE RWE LL, 31. D.
itnor f the "Greeni Book " &c.
The . orld-reniowned 'author. in this atrl,
i-able Lecture, clery prove- from h:uli
vn experience that the aw ful consequen
5s of SelfA buse may be e:fectually remnoved
ithout dangerous surgical operations,
ugies, instruments, rings or cordials;
iuting out a mode of cure at once certail
d effectual, by which every sufferer, nc
atter what his condition may be,ma
tre himself cheaply, privately and -
W This Lecture will prove a boon tc
ousands and thousands.
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Columbia & Greenville Railro
COLUMBIA. S. C., May 18th, 188
On and after Friday, May 19th, 1882,
PASSENGER TRAINS will run as herewith
dicated uDon this road and its branches.
Daily, except Sundays.
No. 52. UP PASSENGER.
Leave Columbia,A - - " 11.42
" Alston, - - - - 12.41
" Newberry, - - - - 1.48
" Ninety-Six, - - - - 3.24
" Hodges, - - - 4.18
" Belton, -. - - - 5.4u
Arrive Greenville, - - - - 7.05
No. 53. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Greenville, - - -, - 10.25
" Belton, - - - 11.53
Hodges, - - 117
Ninety-Six, - - - - 2.33
" Newberry, - - - 3.55
" Alston, - - 5.01
Arrive Columbia,F - - 6.02
SPARTANBURG, UNION a COLUMBIA RAILEC
No. 52. UP PASSENGER.
Leave Alston, - - - - 12.54
' Strother, - - - - 1.28
Shelton, - - - - 1.52
Sautuc, - - - - - 2.29
Union, - - - - 2.57
Jouesville, - " - - 3.26
Arrive Spartanburg, " - 4.15
No.53. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Spartaubur;, R. & D. Depot, H 1.1.3
Spartauburg, S. U. & C. Depot.G 1 83
Jouesviile, - - - 225
Union. - - - 2.54
Santuc, - - - 32)
Shelton, - -
Strother, - - - 4.18
Arrive -t Alston, - - - 4 5:
Let. eNewberry, - - - - 4.-5
Arr.ve at Laurens C. U., - - 6 45
Leave Laurens C. H., - - - 1-.03
Arrive at Newberry, - - e 125
Leave Hod -res. - ..- 13
Arrive at Abbeville, - - . 2.23
Leave Abbeville. - - - - 12.10
Arrive at Hodges, - - - - 1.15
BLUR RIDGE RAILROAD AND ANDERS(
Leave Belton at. 5,40
" Anderson 6.20
" Pendleton 6.56
Leave Seneca C, 7.36
Arrive atWalhalla 7.59
Leave Walhalla at, - - 9.39
Leave Seneca D, 10.o0
" Pendleton, - - 10.33
" Anderson, - - 11.11
Arrive at Belton, - - 11.50
THROUGH CAR SERVICE.
Solid trains between Columbia and M
halla. Through Cars between Charles
and Hendersonville, and Charleston i
Greenville. obviating change or cars
tween either of the above points.
A. With South Carolina Railroad from Cl
With Wilmington, Columbia and Augi
Railroad from Wilmington and
points North thereof.
With Charlotte. Columbia and Augt
Railroad from Charlotte and all poi
B. With Asheville & Spartanburg Rail B
for points in Western North Carolin
C. With A. & C.'Div. R. & D. R. R., from
points South and West.
D. With A. & C.Div., R. & D. B. R., from
lanta and beyond.
L E. With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. R., from
points South and West.
F. With South Carolina Railroad for Char
I With Wilmington, Columbia and Augi
Railroad-for Wilmington and the No
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augi
Railroad for Charlotte and the Norti
s G. With Asheville & Spartanburg Railr
H. With A. &-C. Div., R. & D. R. R., f
Charlotte and beyond.
Standard Time used is Wa-hington, D.
which is Sfteeu minutes faster than Columbi
T. M. R. PALCOTf, Gen. Manage
J. W. FRY, Superintenden
A. PoPE, General Passenger Agent.
South Carolina Railway Compa
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
0 On and after April 30th, 1882, Passen
S Trains on this r will run as follows
6 til further notice:
4 - GREENVILLE EUPRESS.
* GOING 'EAST, DAILY.)
U Leave Columbia at - - - 5.55 P
0 Arrive Camden at - - - - 9.00 P.
8 Arrive Charleston at - -- 10.40 P
S GOING WEST, DAILY.)
i Leave Charleston at - - - 7.00 A
I Leave Camden at - - - 8.00 A
a Arrive (. 'mbia at - - - 11.28 A
L) NIGHT EXPRESS.
. GOING EAST DAILY.
Leave Clolumbia at - - - 9.30 P.
Arrive Augusta at - - - - A.
Arrive Charleston at - -- 8.20 A.
GOING WEST DAILY.
Leave ChaTleston at - - - 8.15 P.
Leave Augusta at - - - 4.45 P,
Arrive Columbia at - - - 5.10 A.
All trains run aily except trains on C:
den Branch, which are daily except S
daepn Cars are attached to Ni
Express rains-berths only *1.50-betw<
Columbia and Charleston. On Saturd
and Sundays, round trip tickets are sol<
and from all Stations at one first class I
for the round trip, good till~ Monda n<
to return, . Excursions ticksts g for
day s are regularyton sale at six cents
mile for round tn pto and m om all statio
Connections made at.Columbia with(
umbia>nd-GreenlVle:Ra1ur054 by train
riv:ng at 11L28 A. M. and eatigat
P2&I. Connection made'a -. A. Ju
.6n6with Charlotte, GOTlabia.Sand Augu
Railroad by train arriving atuColumbia
11.28 A. M1. and departing at 5.55 P. M. to
from all points on both Roads, with throt
Pullmjan Sleeper between Charleston
Washington, via Virginia Midland rot
without change. Connection made at Cl:
leston with Steamers fpr New .Yorkt on W
nesdays and Saturdas io, With Say
nahi and Charleston Rilroad to all poi
Connections arc made at Augusta w
Georgia Rauilroadl and Central Railroad
and from all points South and West.
Through tickts can be purchased to
points South and West, by applying to.
A. B. DESAUssUIRE, Agent, Colambi:
D. C. ALL~, G. P.& T. A
JOHN B. PECK, General Manager.
Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta R.
OFFICE GENERAL PAs.SENGER AGENT,
OnadCOLUMBIA. S. C.. August 12, 188|
Onadafter Sunday, August 13, 1882,.
following Schedule will be operated by t
NO. 53 DAILY-MAIL AND ExREss.
Leave Augusta, A............... 7.3511
Arrive at Columbia. B...........11.45 a
Leave Columbia, B.....-..........11.52 a
Arrive at Charlotte, C............ 4.30 p
Lea.ve Charlotte................ 5.00 p
Arrive at .Statesvlle.............7.05 p
No. 47 DAILY--MAIL ANDw EXPREss.
Leave Augusta. A..............6.00 p
Arrive at Columbia, D...........10.25p
No.19 LOCAL FREIGHT, daily except Sunds
(With Passenger Coach attached.)
Leave Columbia................ 7.00 p
Arrive at Charlotte.............. 4.00 a
No. 52 DAILY-MAIL AND ExPREss.
Leave Statesville.................. 7.00 a
Arrive at Charlotte.............. 9.0.5 a
Leave Charlotte. C.................0p
Arrive at Columbia, B...........6.00 p
Leave Columbia, B.............'6.07 p
Arrive at Augusta, A...........10.15 p
No. 48 DAILY-MAIL AND EXPREss.
Leave Columbia, D............... .6 15 a
Arrive at Augusta, A...........10.22 a
No.18 L OCAL FREIGH T, daily except sunds
(With Passenger Coach attached.)
Leave Charlotte................4.35 p
Arrive at Columbia.............12.35 a
-A-With all lines to and from Savanna
Florida and the South and Atlanta, Mac
and the Southwest.
B-With South Carolina gilroad to a
C-With Richmond and Danville Railro
to and from all points North and Caroli
D-Conneet with the W. C. & A. R. R.j
Wilmington and all points on the Atlan
P'uilman Sleepin Cars on Trains Nos.
and 53 between Agsaand Washingt<
D. C.. via Danville, Lynchburg and Ch:
lottesville. Also, on Trains 5'2 and 5331
tween Charlotte and Richmond.
INumbers 47 and 48 run solid between A
gusta and Florence anti carry Pullm;
Sleepers between Augusta and Wilmingt<
and bet ween Augusta and Wilmington.
Abovegehedule Washington time.
G. R. TALCOTr. Superintendent
M1 SLAUGHTER, General Passenger Agt.
D. CAeDWELL, Ass't General Passeng
Agent, Columbia, S. C.
Asheville and Spartanburg Rairoa
SPARTANBURG. S C.. September 1, 1881.
On and after Thursday, September 1. 12
passenger trains will be run daily (Sanda
excepted) between Spartanburg- and He
dersonville. as follows:
Leave R. & D. Depot at Spartanburg.4.20 p
Arrive at Hendersonville.........7.30 p
Leave Hendersonville--............ 8.30 a
IArrive R.k & . Depot,Spa.rtanburg.12.00
Both trains mae connections for Coluz
bia and Charleston via Spartanburg. Unit
td. jThenever you visit
r Just call at that store
y ou'll find it will pay
9n Main St., it is, N
mr 1jJseful, fresh and at> r
N'ew, stylish and lasti
pmd bargains in Dr
" So give us a trial asks
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P m .1tly 27, 21-tr.
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111 OIL CLOTHS,
a- HATS, SHOE
And Elegant and Fanel
b -- F
ar Laces, Hosiery,
all These are all offered at LOV
sta satisfaction. We also have a full tii
s C. BOUKNIGH
-" A pr. 13, 15-6m. COL-1
SSTITIONIRY 1?D PO01o]Qt
From (3 to
We present below a few certificate
Read them, and you will learn I sell
ger trouble to keep up steam with my bt
un- Don't fail to write for circuilars ont
sAW MILLS COMPLETE, CORN Ml
FOR SETTING, THRlESHERS
M sOUTHERN STANDARD CO'l
hI. COTTON CLEANERS, MOM
hI. PULLEYs, P1
-I College Street, -
hI. WV. T. GAILLARD is my Agent fo
M. Aug. 10, 8'2--3m.
AGE NTS F
m THlE AMEifRI(
SParties wishing the above, address
m SPEAKE & B
m Mar. 30, l3-tf.
*a Watches, CZocks, JIewe
W1ATIIES AND JEWIBE
At the New Store on Hotel I
m I have now on hand a large and c
m ass.ortment cf
*WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWE
N Silver and Plated War<
h, VIOLIN AND GUITAE STRHIG8,
S SPECTACLES AND SPECTACLE C
ad WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY PRESEN
ad IN ENDLEsS VA RIETT.
All orders by mail promptly attend
AWatchmaking and Repai
52Done Cheaply and with Dispatcl
r Call and examine my stock and pri
oA. 2 A 47tOA,Stlu
er Genera Land Off ieC
bore the Department 0? the nteri
I, eisa attention gven to townsite
a.knds ofll scerip boughtand sold.
Ut-tf. w. .
W. H. WALLACE,
Att orne yi-atLa
NEWBERRY, S-. C.
net 21 4R.
ds and Milinery.
our Capital City,
so neat and so pretty,
you to enter it too,
active the goods that we keep,
ng, and everything cheap,
Goods on our counters are flung,
W. J. Young.
tIBIA, S. C.
ods, .otions, Sc.
full and complete stock of
'URTAINS and SHADES.
S, TRUNKS, VALISES,
DRESS ARTICLES in Great Variety.
Parasols, Umbrellas and
r PRICES, and such vglue" as will give
of BUT fER;CK'S P4TTERNS. Try .s.
T, EXECUTOR, & CO.,
UM$BIA, S. C.
i gines. Jc.
GINE AND BlOJLER.
1ABLE EGINES ND OILERS,
200 Horse Powver.
ENGINES FOR COTTON GINS.
s from nurchaser. of the BAY STATE ENGINES.
the largest Boilers and Best Engines now made. No
>ilers. All engines and 5oilers fully warraated.
priees beforet buy in.. I also furnish
LLS AND WHEAT MILLS C0OMPLETE READY
&ND SEPARATORS. BOSS COTTON PRESS,
'TON- PRESS. PR ATT GINS, LUMUS' GINS,
ERS AND RE 4PERS, SBAFTING AND
PING, JET PUMPS, &c., &c.
n'1 Agency for N. C., 8. C., and Georgia,
- CHARLOTTE, N. C.
r New berry County for the Boss Press.
E & BRO.,
DR- THE FAMOUS
0 EMLP~ SEPRATORt
S, COTTON GINS.
TAN FRUIT DRYER.
RO., Kinard's T. 0., S. C.
_* Election is Over.
Now go and hear the votes counted at
ICLA RK'S GALLERY, where the finest Art
..ii Works that have ever been exhibited in
Newberry, are on exhibition. And while
0t. there sit for your picture, and take to your
homes some of their superior photographs.
We warn you that delays are dangerous:
legant go ere it is too late.
Mr. W. H. Clark feels confident, after an
experience of 6ifteen years, that he can
LRY, pr-d1"a:- a cIa-ts of -ork that williplease
notdgv perfect satisfaction.
G:gvit:. old pictures and enlarging to
-.nydeir-d side, also reducing to the
s abt.. specialtv.
SFor s-yle and q-ality of work, refers to
r he- edi'or of:np-er
m L ARK BRO'S.
ring TO MILL MEN,
And Others lising Machinery.
es. N... I B hbbit \fetal.
Wire Cloth for Sievee and Screens.
. Sert =q are and Round Ru!u.er Pack
ing. Ru i. Hempi. P.acking
one__ .,.n i rm .,ndI . qa.ra r Rmnu tr Hose.
build- . q a i: R .-r Be l f U.g, 2 t o 6 in.,
Prac- Z ", " h.- - - Nhor' n)onev.
tates Bi -i-7. m-. .:.. , e L.-. -:-r
ratest- GoH-. n -e m n Oi'
nutred )ii s'a-s Zioc disee., Screw Wrenches,
r andi &c Ala at lowest ma?rket rates, at
lain.a S. P. B00ZER'S
Se* Jun. 1. 22-4r Hardware -rore.
T nii no baehe t he public.
-JIJh) work or usthan eana gele
the d rds mde at home
grswanted everywhere to.wortfr us
9Y do the work No one can tail to make enor
fit and termn re,' oney mad et easily,
HART & CO1
j STATE AGENTS
TH E GREATEST - i .
INVENTION OF THE
AGE. SAVES9u PER
CENT. OF THE LA
BOR, AND DOUBLES =
THE VALUE OF
THE MANURE BY
KEMP'S MANURE AND COTTON
- AGENTS FOR
THE "BROWN" and DAN']
FEEDERS AND CON
HEm THE ABOVE H
Jun. 8, 23-1y. CH Al
Use Lawrence & I
For COUCHS, COLDS, SORE THROAT, BROI
MONIA, CONSUMPTION, Diseases of THR
tin i in advanced stages, and
and LUNGS, butit hasnever been so advan eousl comj
BYE. Its soothing Balsamic properties a dve
system after the cough has been relieved. Quart size bottl
ION T Donotbe deceived
O in place of our TOLU,RO(
article-the genuine has a Private Die Pro:
permits it to be Sold by Druggists, Grocers and D
. WITHOUT SPECIAL TAX 1
The TOLU, ROCK AND RYE CO., Proprietor
F. W. W&&ENEB & CO., Wholes:,e Ager
THE STUDY OF USIC
The Labor of Years Accomplis
the New Inductive M!et
PIANO AND C
Mrs. W. H.
Has .Opened a STUDIO over R.
Store for the Reception.
Having Taught this Method in the North with Unpar
yil e, S. C., now Offers her Services and the Method to
-It is ipossible to set forth ALL THE ADVANTAI
Old System, in an Advertisement, but Invite all interesti
for SAVE!S TIME AND MONEY. It Is so Simple that
It take athe Puilot immediately Into the Seien<
continues the same throughout the whole Course of Insti
It is not a superficial method, bat-applies to all Musi<
t anymhandel ateonce to the educated class of th
This Method is entirely different from the Old Systen
An opportunity is offered to all to gain a Mussical Ed
for Less Eopense than ever
a- Many of my Pupils in the South are now suc
which was gained at a nominal expense, while my exper
This Method fulfilsthe maxim that "Whatever shortel
ens life and Increases usefalness."
Terms, 50 ets. P
aii' Books and Skeet Music wil be Furnsh<
FOR FURTHER PARTICULAES, GALL ON OR ADI
Feb. 23, 8-tf.
My oreelaIn-lined Pumps are manufactured
undeI icenseand buyers are guaranteed ainst Dmlu.A
any and all cams from the Company holdin the iNever Fal
patent. -Dds't fail to *iak* a */ot of I.s*~u
Caeflmde .- AI
of the most
Best Selected Valuable
The BLATCHLEY PUMPS are for .sd.e by the
best houses in the tra e. J&I
Name of my nearest agent will be furnished en
C. B. BLATCHLEY, Randeta-~
308 MARKET ST, PH LMDL?i-su. P;
GLENN & POOL,
(Successors to Wmn. F. Nance, dec'd.) sall s
Th.e undersigned having a,ssociat.-d them 7disease,
sehv,e togthlier for the, purpose of condu..- you, so
lg tie iNSURANCE BU2SINES, wou d thesy
respeetulhly a-,k t'or a continjuance of the inz"aU
and al,o any nev husiness !hat raav off'r.
.JMES F. GL ENN.
TENCH C. POOL. f3lf
Aug. 9, 1881. 32--ti. ~ff
SOLDIERS "* ]Eje*"f
any kind caused by military service are en- ty. W e wai
titled to PENsxoN. Widows. minor childreb, girls to worl
ependent mothers or fathers of soldiers calitiesa. A:
ho died from the effects of their service ly from the
are also entitled. Many invalid pensioners pay rL.ore t
are entitled to an IN~CREsE. Careful assist- gxpcDieive
nce given in DELaYED orREEJECTED CLr.mS. who engagt
as maycan he allowed with but little You can d4
meevdence. Complete instructions with work, or 01
reeeces sento applcatin. Gs. & lfrnito
-MUCK, MARL, A$H
ES. LIME, COTTON
EVENLY I DRILLt
AS THE MOWER
*WA RR ANTED.
L PRATT GINS.
1r0STON, S. C.
MICHITIS9 ASTHMAr PI
OAT, CHEST AND LUNC}
s been one of the most
ielded by the MEDICAL FA
e ncroa chments oftCOUG~D~
al diseases of te SR
ounded as In the TOLU, ROCS and
stimulant and tonic to build up ths
s, Price $1.00.
R h o f ock an
KH A] BE, which isthe -
rietary Stamp on each bottle,wbIe
a,41 River St., Clicag L
its, Charleston, S. C.
;hed in Weekes by.
liod for the
r. LeavelP's Furniture -'
tileledl Snecess; also in Green.
the CITIZENS OF NEWBEEET
GES this Method has over the
i to Call at the Studio, or Send
even aChild ofFive Years can ..
:e of Musical Compositionsr andi~'
precisely as it Is written, with
tocationl in2 a short ?ime (WEd
cesully Teaching this Method
tse for Tuition alone was FOUE
is the road to learning, length
d on Moderate Terms.
. H. CLARK,
Newberry, S. C
mest(-a-ss a a stra.H.fruran
mint foritselesni and g I
Icole- Zcs.andpt draS aetta ii ggs
chs andrake, Sdliland
medidcinof such varied and efecis
Gngrd oherToms,as it
a wnthout intoicaing- Soc. and$g .
reat chance to make money .
hose who alwas take advun. -~
tge of the good chaces for ma
ig moe that areofed,p- -.
ne wealthy, while those wo
8 uch chances remain in ee .-~
i many men, women, boys anl
c for us rgt in thir own l
ry one can dothe work proper og
first start. The busines wifi
han ten times ordinary uagus.
outfit furnished fiee. No ont - a
rvote your whole tim to
ily your paemomenta.Fa
and all th Is needed sent ~
Si STIrSOr ? Co.. Portand